“Blastoise used surf!”
“The attack missed!”
HOW THE FUCK DOES SURF MISS IT’S A FUCKING TIDAL WAVE
Oh my gosh this is a good series…
You haven’t properly talked to me in years and invited people I’ve never talked to.[[MORE]]
I just told the truth to somebody whom I thought it was necessary to do and I thought she would take it nicely, considering the fact that I knew her well enough to have made that judgement. However, it didn’t turned out quite that way. I ended up hurting her feelings and my sister blamed me for her suffering. However, after all this, I still don’t feel any bit of guilt after doing so. Why should I? She is the one who was wrong, and I simply tried to correct her by saying what was necessary. I, assuming she would take it lightly, went on straight on with my statement. It has been two days since it happened and her attitude towards me has changed considerably. My conscience keeps telling me to apologize to her, and logic tells me that I shouldn’t because if I do I would not apologize to her because I meant for it, and I would not be honest with myself. Therefore I’m stuck with this dilemma, should I apologize or not? But I don’t feel guilty thus I don’t see why I should do so.
I’m tired of my life.
I live in a nice, cozy home,
I have a grandmother who cooks for me,
I have two awesome parents who love me,
I have pretty much the stuff I’ve always wanted,
I have friends who (at least) like me,
I have a job, considering the fact that I’m still a university student.
Yet, after all this, I still feel this way.
I tried reasoning by taking a more logical stance as to how this is happening,
however, with no success.
Am I being too selfish? perhaps a lot of you would think of it that way.
Others might also add that I should perhaps be lucky and thankful that I got a life to live and enjoy while others are struggling to even get something to eat.
Or maybe, although I haven’t really given a thought about, is that I keep asking for many things that I forget what’s really important in my life.
someone slap my face real hard!
ps: this is how I generally express myself when I’m literally exhausted.